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Show us a picture of your reloading bench

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by James THR, Aug 30, 2006.

  1. yzguy87

    yzguy87 Well-Known Member

    Wow! This thread is almost 7 years old!!!
  2. ironhat

    ironhat Well-Known Member

    Good threads never die, yzguy87!!:D
  3. mountainpharm

    mountainpharm Well-Known Member

    This is my modest workstation. The bench came from Lowe's and has worked nicely so far. The built-in electrical outlets on the side as well as the light above the work surface are both quite handy. The wood is bamboo which was initially concerning but to date it has held up fantastically. There is a storage compartment above the light that keeps all of my cleaning supplies. The three large drawers house my dies, scale, calipers, primers, and various other tools. Drawer liners were included with the bench which was nice. The large shelf underneath is where I keep my gun vise and boxes of brass to be reloaded. Powder, tumbler and tumbler media are stored on a separate set of shelves. I'm one who believes in organization so this is about as cluttered as my bench ever gets.


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  4. Piratesailor

    Piratesailor Well-Known Member

    I have the same bench and like it quite a bit.
  5. stavman11

    stavman11 Well-Known Member

    FYI Guys....
    Man my Bench just ROCKS when i use the 9mm... Since i am in full progressive mode with Bullet and case feeder it is like being on a 16' boat in 12' sea's.....LOL

    So then I started to do some .223... and said F' This :banghead::cuss: ... measured where the light switch is.. gotta be a STUD there...... took 1-3" SRS into the Wall

    HOLLY CRAP!!!!:what: Huge freaking difference.... :D

    So be sure and ATTACH that baby and make its SOLID... couldnt believe the difference 1 screw made...

  6. dihnen

    dihnen Active Member

    Here's my new Bald Eagle reloading bench. I had to move out of my man cave since our son moved back with us, so I needed a new bench. Got this on Amazon, but it's also available from Brownell's. Made of solid Birch hardwood, it's very sturdy and steady, and does a great job of holding my RCBS Pro 2000 steady while reloading. The finish looks really good as well.


    Last edited: Jun 19, 2013
  7. stavman11

    stavman11 Well-Known Member

    Nice bench...great ta have a Lower shelf for sure

    Now stick a Screw in the Wall dihnen... will make a WORLD of difference
  8. mahansm

    mahansm Well-Known Member

    My new bench

    Construction was completed a few weeks ago and I just got the last box of parts from Dillon. Both presses used to live on portable stands; now I've got a bench. Supplies will be in a separate cabinet. Toolheads and reloading related tools in the left set of drawers, general tools in the right.

    Only one press will be out at a time; there are threaded inserts in the bench for mounting. Yes, the lights were installed during construction specifically for the bench.

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  9. Mohave-Tec

    Mohave-Tec Well-Known Member

    It absolutely wouldn't due for me to have a progressive press. I enjoy reloading so much that soon I'm going to have to move for all the damned rounds laying around here.
    Great benches everybody.
  10. Adam the Gnome

    Adam the Gnome Well-Known Member

    I like the "bunker" style reloading room. Will guarantee you keep it organized.
    And make you shoot a lot [thumbs] to keep room available
  11. Shinbone

    Shinbone Well-Known Member

    Anyone one know where to buy some nice reloading/western art type posters for the reloading room?
  12. Mohave-Tec

    Mohave-Tec Well-Known Member

    I'm filling a kinda shadow box made for different caliber displays. I'll try to find the name and link here in a few minutes. I've got about 50 calibers so far including 50 cal.
  13. Mohave-Tec

    Mohave-Tec Well-Known Member

    I typed in "Poster" and several poster companies came up. I typed in Firearms in the first one and scores of good stuff came up.
  14. rehorne

    rehorne Well-Known Member

    Weeeell, this one is over 40 years old, rock solid. I have moved it 3 times over the years, it's a BEAR to move. It's at its final resting place now. I wont be moving it anymore

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  15. Kerf

    Kerf Well-Known Member


    that's alot of reloading per sq. ft.

  16. LouisianaJoe

    LouisianaJoe Well-Known Member

  17. don3

    don3 Well-Known Member

    Here's mine. I have a 10' X16' shed built with power, heat, air, internet, etc. for my gun safes and for reloading, nice place to get away to.
  18. Fire_Moose

    Fire_Moose Well-Known Member

    Wow, nice Don.

    Sent from my CZ85 Combat
  19. Magnum Shooter

    Magnum Shooter Well-Known Member

  20. rehorne

    rehorne Well-Known Member

    Kerf, ya think I could use a little more shelf space?

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